Ustinov Global Citizenship Programme

Ustinov Annual Conference

Ustinov Annual Conference

The Ustinov Annual Conference provides an interactive and fun space for dialogue between students, faculty and practitioners to explore questions of global citizenship at the intersection of academic theory and real life practice. Participants of the 2017 conference were invited to engage with the perceived polarisation of Western society, the globalism/nationalism dichotomy, as well as non-Western discourses on global citizenship.

Durham is the third oldest university in England and has a long history of welcoming students and academics from across the globe.

Named after Sir Peter Ustinov, Ustinov College is a unique international postgraduate community within the University. Home to culturally diverse and intellectually curious student scholars, the College provides an excellent environment in which to explore the theme of global citizenship.

The 2018 Ustinov Annual Conference will take place on 24-25 August 2018 at Ustinov College, Sheraton Park, Durham.  If you are a Ustinov student and would like to participate in the planning process, please contact ustinov.college@durham.ac.uk.

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Ustinov Annual Conference 2017

Global Citizenship, Nationalism, and New Paradigms

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Ustinov Annual Conference 2016

Establishing the Global Citizen: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Global Citizenship

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Ustinov Annual Conference

2017 Ustinov Annual Conference Videos

Ustinov 2017 Annual Conference was a real success! We discussed global citizenship, nationalism and new paradigms throughout the event. Academics shared their research with us, speakers addressed the main topics, and workshops as well as discussions ensued. If you missed the conference, check out the below videos.

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Ustinov Annual Conference

Paula Looks Back on a Year of the Ustinov Seminar

Reposted from the 28th June 2016 by the_ustinovian By Paula Rondon-Burgos When I joined the Ustinov Seminar team, I knew I would meet a group of fellow aspiring scholars, all of us passionate about expanding our own intellectual horizons and eager to organise opportunities for the sharing of knowledge. What I didn’t realise was that I would

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